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was taken. look at, judy, there's a certain passivity there. there was energy in that room right now. i mean... >> woodruff: well, they're waiting. >> usually there's a milling back and forth and kind of a... >> woodruff: higher energy. people who slap each other's backs for a living. they're good at that. i agree with that. >> it looks like a painting almost. >> woodruff: i'm told the president i rit outside the door. but who knows how close he is. but in just a moment, the house sergeant of arms is going to... maybe it's about to happen in a moment. he's going to announce the president. >> watch he does. he comes down three steps, three rows. >> woodruff: paul irving. house sergeant of arms. >> puts his finger on a button. see him? he did that. >> mr. speaker, the president of the united states. ( applause ) >> woodruff: so at nine minutes after 9:00 eastern time, president obama makes his way in. the official plan had been for him to come in a minute or two after. but i guess he has a prerogative of being a few minutes later than what we were told. >> he just can't stop himself. he just l
be somebody to run the u.s. government. in this particular case it is energy secretary steven chew. i was there at the briefing that he gave today and he really went after the president. he said that he lacks the courage hearing lacks the guts to take the liberal side of the party and made his basic point that president obama would pursue and he does in his speech tonight, taxes on the rich, but unwilling to get tough on entitlements which, of course, is an anathema to the left wing of the party. >> while he has refused to agree to some to raise for example retirement for medicare but has agreed to reduce social security benefits by enacting a different method for cost of living increases. white house claims that he has put $1.4 trillion cuts on the table. republicans don't agree all of those are cuts. it counts is savings from ending the wars if iraq and afghanistan, but the president will contend tonight that the country is much further along toward dealing with its spending program, dealing with its deficit problem than republicans will accept. we'll hear a different version of tha
cuts would jeopardize our military readiness. they'd devastate priorities like education, and energy, and medical research. they would certainly slow our recovery and cost us hundreds of thousands of jobs. and that's why democrats, republicans, business leaders and economists have already said that these cuts, known here in washington as the sequester, are a really bad idea. now, some in congress have proposed preventing only the defense cuts by making even bigger cuts to things like education and job training, medicare and social security benefi benefits. that idea is even worse. [applaus [applause] >> yes, the biggest driver of our long-term debt is the rising cost of health care for an aging population and those of us who care deeply about programs like medicare must embrace the need for modest reforms, otherwise our retirement programs will crowd out the investments we need for our children and jeopardize the promise of a secure retirement for future generations. but we can't have senior citizens and working families to shoulder the entire burden of deficit reduction while askin
cuts would jeopardize our military readiness. they'd devastate priorities like education, energy, and medical research. they would certainly slow our recovery, and cost us hundreds of thousands of jobs. democrats, republicans, business leaders, and economists have already said that these cuts, known here in washington as the sequester, are a really bad idea. now, some in this congress have proposed preventing only the defense cuts by making even bigger cuts to things like education and job training, medicare and social security benefits. that idea is even worse. [applause] yes, the biggest driver of our long-term debt is the rising cost of health care for an aging population. and those of us who care deeply about programs like medicare must embrace the need for modest reforms -- otherwise, our retirement programs will crowd out the investments we need for our children, and jeopardize the promise of a secure retirement for future generations. but we can't ask senior citizens and working families to shoulder the entire burden of deficit reduction while asking nothing more from the
can equal a thousand years of energy. but what is going to happen to our innovation and what is happening to the jobs being created in wind and solar and waves and algae technology? what's going to happen to the electric car. no. we need to say yes to science and technology, yes to our health and our future. yes to local economies being able to sustain and say yes, we have clean water, we have vegetables, we have meat that is not -- animals that are not dying and fish not rising to the top of the lakes because of ground water coming up with methane and all the chemicals, most of which we don't even have disclosed to us to know. no gag orders on us to tell us. this is what we need. we need transparency. we need real information. we don't need the same advertising companies who told us it was ok to smoke and hospitals telling us that fracking is safe. no. we didn't believe you then. we don't believe you now. no fracking, no tar sands, yes on innovative technology for our future. we're not inheriting trillions of dollars of debt and water we can't drink. food we can't eat. no. s
. thousands of people are still without power. first energy ceo is talking to us exclusively about the impact of the past weekend's massive storm. >>> red hat is more than just an operating system. you will hear all about it from red hat's ceo first on fox business. >>> and competition for your wallet is heating up. a new app for the iphone. we have money gram's ceo coming up in a fox business exclusive. >> i'm cheryl casone. it is the last hour of trading. the countdown to the closing bell begins right now. liz claman is on assignment in cleveland where goldman sachs held its first graduation ceremony for entrepreneurs. fascinating stuff. you will hear about it in a few minutes. but first, to these markets, stocks are down, but trading at their best levels overall since november of 2007. the dow down almost 35 points as you can see on your screen. s&p losing ground as well, down a fraction. and the nasdaq down more than 7 points. we're going to watch it for you in the last hour of trading. there are some individual names we're looking at right now. these are some names that are hitting new h
outdoors. probably some significant emotional challenges. all of this pent-up energy that could have been used for good to go out and take other human lives. chris, we're going to be waking up tomorrow morning and the next day and saying how sad. number one, so sad for the people that christopher dorner is believed to have killed and injured. and number two, that he wasn't able to resolve his own problems. and if there is anything to be gained from this, anything, it's black, white, whatever color, whatever race, wherever we come from cultural wise, we have to work these situations out. but once you get a legal opinion that said my friend, we listen to the case, and that's the way it goes. we have to learn how to take the bad news with the good news in life. christopher dorner could not handle bad news. when it got too heavy for him, he chose to act out against everyone. and the epicenter of his anger and rage was the 10,000 men and women of the los angeles police department. and everybody else in society who would have stood with him. >> yeah, i think he engaged, if he did, in group guil
government, everything, everything, post office, roads, transportation, justice, education, energy, defense, everything else is about $1 trillion. you all just heard what the deficit was last year. $1.3 trillion. which means we can do away with the entire federal government with the exception of medicare, medicaid and social security and we wouldn't even balance the budget. that's the magnitude of the challenge that we have. so it's incumbent upon us to come up with solutions, positive solutions. so what are we trying to do on the house republican side? our goals as we step back and look and try to focus on what the goals ought to be are to increase economic freedom, to provide economic greater opportunity for individuals, to balance the budget within a 10-year period of time so that we can create that economic vitality in this country and create jobs and pass off that wonderful great land of opportunity to our kids and our grandkids so that their dreams can be realized and not stifled. along those lines we've laid out a three to four honor month strategy that started a couple weeks ago whe
and deadly tornados. part of that energy is going to start to work up into the northeast tomorrow. for those still digging out, we're going to bring sleet, snow and freezing run rain. difficult weather conditions and general rain will go into the snow pack and potentially create roof collapses. here at the airport, and on the streets. it will be a difficult monday morning. lester? >> eric fisher, thanks. >>> on tuesday night, president obama will deliver the first state of the union address of his second term. and despite all the attention that gun violence and immigration have been getting in recent weeks, the economy will be the president's major theme. we have more on this tonight from nbc white house correspondent peter alexander. hi, peter. >> reporter: hi, lester. good evening to you. unlike his inaugural address last month, senior advisers to the president say that his state of the union address will be more specific, more policy and agenda oriented, as the president charts out his proposed course for the next year. heading into his fifth annual address before congress tuesday night,
faster than the swimmer. that energy has to go somewhere and then energy went into light as you saw in the street. >> that is what caused the shock wave and the damage? >> yeah, the shock wave is what happened. and the injuries happened because people went to the window and saw this bright light, because light traveling faster than sound and then the soupd arrived and shattered the windows when everybody was looking out the window. >> is there a way to detect the next encounter? >> even the best radar would be having a tough time to detect something 50 feet or less across. unlike the a astroid that passed the earth yesterday, we had plenty of warning. this fragment that i have with me today is from the impact that happened in 1947. and -- >> that heavy. >> you can say, it's heavy, it's made of iron and nickel and that is different than from what happened yesterday. it was a stoney meteorite as best we can tell. this one did not break up, it came down and made craters in 1947. so 1903 was similar, it was an air burst that wiped out the trees in siberia. >> i'm surprised how heavy it
and prepare our communities with the climate and sustain with energy. >> the president will deal with the issue by taking in his own hand. giving him a grade on the report card. president of the polling company and editor of above the law and here with me in israel. country star and political commentator larry gatlin. larry, let me start wu. the president said he doesn't want to wait for congress. he will act on hisoin. how do you grade the president for making the unilateral arrangement, >> art talks about economic issues. i have the gatlin curve. here a how i arrive at that. back in november 48 percent of the american people who voted, voted for congressman and senators to go to washington and make sure to see to it that president obama, the 44th did not become king barack the 1st. he called that obstructionism. the constitution calls it separation of powers. he call its politicalal demagogueraphy . i called at this time governorance . . i don't do that. my scale, i narrowed it down. i will give him bd which stands for bovine droppingings. >> i know what that means, larry. >> w
after sugary sodas. >>> well, the postcard being sent out says energy as free as the wind. but it's going to cost taxpayers something. i'm pat warren. coming up on eyewitness news. the governor testifies on his wind energy bill. >>> could maryland's famous conductor of the underground railroad finally get the right commission she deserves? i'll explain how some of maryland's movers and shakers are pushing again for a national park for hariet tubman. >>> another storm coming for the weekend? don't miss the updated first warning forecast coming up. >>> we have rain, some sleet, 38 degrees in central maryland right now. the complete first warning weather forecast is coming up. governor martin o'malley is taking another crack at getsing signature bill passed. the biggest obstacle has been moved out of the way. >> reporter: if there's one thing maryland gets plenty of. >> wind is one of maryland's two most abundant natural resources. the other being the sun. >> reporter: solar power has been a big energy alternative. but the maryland offshore wind
bus they bid up the price of any related energy project on the belief we're not going to look for energy alternatives? >> you have to believe the president is going to do something to make the environmentalists happy. we know that drilling on federal landses down dramatically. so if they let the keystone pipeline through, then there's got to be something big, something nice and juicy to give to the environmentalists to sort of assuage their anger. so i'm more than worried about this. this is an amazing situation. when the president talks about us importing less fuel he is talking about the fracking miracle. the miracle of being able to find fossil fuel under our feet that we had given up and it's created jobs and tax revenue for local and state governments and the federal government, and it's nuts to turn this upside-down but a lot of people will based on emotions, not fact. >> neil: even if it's too cold -- that's enough. >>> what really is on the protesters mind. mark found out for himself. let's just say this -- environmentalists discovered something more scary. >> what dre
symposium. also ways to create healthy health. >>> the reason marylanders could benefit from energy. >> the treats to indulge in on valentine's day that can be tasty and healthy. anything but chocolate is healthy don't you know that. >>> and welcome back to good morning maryland. you are looking live at the ash wednesday mass currently being delivered by pope benedict xvi. >> this is absolutely very significant because it could be his las public mass on this ash wednesday and this is a live picture of the 85-year-old pontiff speaking. and we have been told that people from all over the world came to hear this. and right now, we are also told that this is procession as usual right now but one thing they had to do was accommodate the large crowd at the last- minute. the vatican had to make room but a lot of people tourists say they are excited because the pope announced that he will be resigning on february 28th due to the fact he is tired and he he says not feeling well. so he is retiring from his position. this could very likely be his last mass. >> we will look live throughout the
's in your wallet? i usually say that. make america it energy independent. >> 1980. >> 1980 by. >> government fails. here is my favorite "state of the union." >> the big era of government is over. >> but it is getting bigger. what is in store for our future? tonight. [cheers and applause] in limited government with individual freedom if somebody like ron paul would run for president. he is here. dr. paul, why didn't you run aor president?i e >> i had a dream that i did. i had a dream i was doing very well and by one the primary in iowa and a lot of the next morning and watched tv but my name was never mentioned. it was a dream. maybe someday. john: you often we're ignored by many but you did get more than 2 million votes in the republican primaries.n >> i was pleased, you always d want to do better if i wasi wase encouraged by the young people that showed up that is where i became more optimistic. i did watch some of theour "state of the union" messageat tonight i did not come out very optimistic with that but this -- addressing. on college campuses there is bw reason to be optimistic. >> yo
health. he does not have the strength or the energy to go forward. now, he will be stepping down on the 28th of february. that is the official day. and really, again, it came as much of a surprise. he did become pope in april of 200 5 after john paul ii passed away. and has been affected by a weak health, but apparently what happened is that he became more unhealthy in the last month because of a degenerative problem in his bones which makes moving around very, very difficult. but he was last seen on the 8th of february and on sunday did once again do his mass vatican. so things appeared quite normal up until ten minutes of 12:00 today when he did announce that he can no longer move forward in his position. >> thank you so much, claudia. i saw the pope speak live in cuba and i gave him a lot of credit. he was staring at raul castro in the front row. and i thought it was very brave to talk about democracy and freedom in a place that so desperately needs it. he's never loved as much as -- i always refer to him as want pablo -- it's a tough act to follow. >> the papacy, according to
for that. gas prices have been climbing for three straight weeks. it is up $0.27 a gallon. energy analyst is the analyst for the schork report. >> what is causing it now is a rash of refinery outages. both here on the east coast and west coast. quite frankly, the market is fearful about the availability of supply. this is what is driving the market up in the near-term. the fear is that oil prices in general are about 15% lower at this point this year and then they were relative to a year ago. retail gasoline prices are higher at this point. the january gasoline contract expired a few years ago. where it expired implies in the cast market, we can still see another 15-20% rise in gas prices. melissa: there are so many things that are lining up not great. gas prices, we usually have a quiet january. that did not happen. it seems like, prices at the pump are going even higher from here. >> right now we need to see a material correction in crude oil prices to have any chance of seeing lower year on year gasoline prices. the odds of that are not good. crude oil prices, as i said, are about 15%
of disruption to the global order are readily observed in a roller-coaster energy prices, fluctuating global markets, sovereign behavior and economic uncertainty. failing to provide leadership in the collective security of the global order, it would have significant economic consequences for the american people. the collapse in half leadership would create a way in which old threats would be unaddressed and new security challenges would find room to grow. there should be no misunderstanding the combined effect of the continuing resolution and the sequestration will have a deleterious effect on the stability of the global order the perceptions of the enemies and our allies. sequestration shouldn't be viewed as a budget issue. our collective actions in the next months will be scrutinized on a global stage, and even the perception of a disruption of the nation's ability to protect its global interest could well have strategic consequences. regarding the rest of the forces, the linked ring resources and readiness is immediate and visible. the scale and abrupt implementation of sequestration will
. the energy of people make their own decisions. the pride of a tribal nation unleashing its own potential. in many ways, mannix aaronson tribes experience reflects not just advances, but aspirations that communities might drive in the global economy that might achieve their dreams and today, more than other, this aspirations are within our reach. they assert greater trust between tribal nations in the united states, we are in a moment of real possibility. president obama and his administration have a partner to tribal sovereignty who believes in a right to determine our course and understands what we've always known to be true, the indian nations are best government for indian people. [applause] this partisanship, partnership extends throughout the federal government on both sides of the aisle because indian issues are not partisan issues. the result has had a measurable impact. today, more trades are managing resources instead of managing poverty programs. residents of rural oklahoma transfer health facilities first because they offer the best services around. other governments see tradi
people who cry conspiracy because they could not energy out how a man like sweet mickey became president of haiti. and you can reality about it. the election was a mess. there were all kinds of things going on. he did have large support, especially in port-au-prince, and people did seem to like him and did have high hopes. so far what i can say -- i think the safest answer is that it's a little too soon to say what the results of his presidency are going to be. things haven't changed all that much in a general sense one way or another. my friends in the press in haiti i think feel a little more restricted than they did under the previous president. it's not in any way the repression that occurred during dictatorshipped of the past but that's a concern. but he is very charismatic and likeable and more willing to play ball with the united states, investment plans for haiti. of which -- i'm critical of many of which. but i guess we'll seem it's a dodge. but there you go. in terms of what is under the ground, there's certainly gold. there's certainly all kinds of mineral inside haiti. in the
developing over the tennessee valley and energy running up the coast. both areas coming together has we come into late tomorrow evening and early saturday. how well will they stay together. how much strength, how much wraparound precipitation. we don't know the hans to all the questions -- answer to all the questions, another slushy coating into early saturday. for now we stay in the dry slot. the only winter weather is in the great lakes, clipper system coming through. this will drip to the north. snow showers reaching into northern pennsylvania. the eyes will be on this weakened system. you see what happen as with go from the late friday nighttime frame into saturday. it strengthens late. the bulk of this heads out to sea. we could get more wraparound snow, potentially a couple inches of precipitation by the time this ends midday saturday. so keep it tuned here has we continue to tweak the forecast. tonight, though, none of that. 33 degrees, stary skies, very romantic. tomorrow 52 with sun early. tomorrow night snow begins as we go into the late overnight period into the daybreak time fram
of the core ideas that the president laid out, it was a very nice speech and of course, the emotional energy being undone, you wonder if any of it can happen. >> john: even if they don't happen, are these wins for the president. if he fails on assault weapons and has a future massacre, you own this. problems on minimum wage, he looks good going into 2014, people will remember the president who fought for the working class? >> winning for him now is different. he's in a second termen where historical analysis and historical perspective is what he cares about. he's not fighting for re-election. he needs results after eight years so he can say here's what we got done. i still think the fundamental metric will be middle class incomes after eight years of president obama be up or down. if its adown then i think the historical record will be yes he brought us back from the precipice but somehow did not restore the trend line. that was the focus of what he was talking about. whether the pieces are there whether it happens, we have to wait and see. >> john: i want to move on to mr. lapierrre. i know
to 15,000 miles high and released energy equivalent to an atomic bomb. cameras captured the shock wave that blew out an estimated 1 million square feet of glass. countless windows shattered in an area about 1,000 miles east of moscow. the spectacle deeply frightened many russians. more than 1,100 people were hurt. a young girl explains what happened. translator: after the flash nothing happened for about three minute. then we rushed outdoors. i was not alone. i was there with katia. the door was made of glass. the shock waves hit us. >> reporter: >> a nasa expert joined us on fox 5 news at 5:00 and said this is extraordinarily rare. >> i have to be honest, will. i am not wear of anything in the history books talking -- not aware of anything in the history books talking about this many people being hurt by a single event. >> ironically the event happened the same day an astroid buzzed by earth closer than an astroid has since scientists started monitoring them 15 years ago. it missed earth by more than 17,000 miles coming closer than weather and communication satellites that orbit our
? >> roughly, yes. >> and there's a lot of rhetorical energy spent around this building, appropriately so, making the point that we want to make sure we keep our commitments to those who have invested through a lifetime of social security and medicare. certainly a commitment i intend to keep. i know of no one on either side of the aisle who believes any differently. if you saw that number and saw that we were going to increase by 40% by 2023, but you also knew that we were going to increase our work force by 40%, by 2023, so that you had the same number of taxpayers putting -- footing the bill for those benefits, or at least per recipient, then you wouldn't be neerm as alarmed by that number as you might be in a scenario that's far different. so i was hoping you could comment just a minute about maybe the historical trend of how many taxpayers we've had per recipient in those programs and where we're going in that same trend. >> yes, congressman. so, we project that the labor force will grow much more slowly in the coming decade than it has grown over the past several decades. and there a
to this global order are readily observed in roller coaster energy prices -- destruction to this global order are readily observed in roller coaster energy prices. failure to provide leadership in the collective security of this global order would have significant economic consequences for the american people. worse, the lapse in american leadership would create avoid in which old threads would be unaddressed and new security challenges would find room to grow. there should be no misunderstanding. the combined effect of continuing resolution and sequestration will have dilatory is effect on the stability of the global order -- deleterious effects on the stability of the global order. sequestration should not be viewed solely as a budget issue. our collective actions in the next months will be scrutinized on the global stage. even the perception of a disruption over a nation's ability to protect its global interest could have strategic consequences. regarding risk to our forces, the linkage between resources and readiness is immediate and visible. the scale and abrupt implementation of sequest
congress to focus on attracting jobs to the u.s., trading american workers and energy. aside from one to raise the minimum hourly wage by the end of 2015, the president also touch on spending more to fix the nation's roads and bridges, and expanding early childhood education. is one of some of what you were saying at the kron4 facebook page about the state of the union address. betty jo well, so many ideas but he doesn't even have a budget passed. how can the government even began to make plans without a budget? for years of spending, without a budget, is ridiculous. keith says raise the minimum wage to $9? you raise it up, it trickles down to us, the consumers, with higher prices. it is basic economics. david says i no longer pay attention to what is happening in washington. dollar president commander in chief has plenty of good ideas, he pitches a well except for a he has an able to get anything done. >> 70 4:00 a.m. and president obama is state of the union address lit up the twitter of birds. 1.1 million state of being in related tweets were made between the time obama entered the
and over again. more infrastructure spending. we need green energy spending. rather than talking about how strong we are in producing fossil fuels. that is the weakness in the economy and the belief that we are in a recession playing into his hands. >> he has the pulpit and he can talk about what he will do to revive spirits. the hangover is what will really harm the president. rest assured, he will talk tomorrow night about how he will use tax breaks to bring many factory jobs back to the united states. what he is saying is he will bring back jobs that play the equivalent of a starbucks while the on a daily basis. dagen: what would you do then? if you had 53% of people thinking we are in a recession, that could actually cause economic weakness. people's behavior changes the way the economy performs. >> if you were to ask me what i were going to do, i am always looking at economic growth. we are the most talented people on earth. there is no reason the economy should be slow right now. reduce the tax burden. reduce the regulatory burden. make trade free. that is why we get up every day. th
and trade energy tax. i would hope that senate democrats would take it up. if the president wants more stimulus spending, i would expect the united states senate to go ahead and take it up. if the president wants more tax hikes that destroy jobs, then his democrat allies in the senate ought to take it up. this isn't the agenda that many americans are looking for. and i think many in the president's own party won't support those ideas. in the house, we're going to continue to focus on what the american people's top priorities are, creating jobs and cutting spending. now, for the last two years, the house has done its work, we've passed legislation to tackle the tough challenges that america faces only to see our senate colleagues do nothing. well, those days are over. the house will continue to meet our obligations. but the senate democrats must begin to do their work. that's why we passed the no budget no pay act of requiring the senate to pass a budget for the first time in four years and that's why we're going to insist that they finally pass a plan to replace the president's sequest
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up at 7:00 on "today in the bay." more local news in 30 minutes. >>> good energy out there. we are back on this saturday, february 16, 2013. it is, four, preside -- of cour president's day weekend. folks on the plaza. happy to have them here. back inside studio 1a, i'm erica hill with lester holt. coming up, you'll see a different side of bee yns yonce. >> she's always been notoriously tight-lip good her private life. in a new documentary she opens up about her family, motherhood, and personal struggles. >> looking forward to. that. >>> the no-nonsense fitness trainer from "the biggest loser." jillian michaels is here to share strategies for staying fit. she'll answer your questions about diet and exercise. >>> then, a bizarre story involving the first woman ever elected as san diego's mayor, maureen o'connor. she says she gambled away more than $1 billion during a ten-year span. it's her reason for doing it that may surprise you. >>> and his name is chris p. bacon. his game -- making people smile. that's how he rolls, literally. there he is in the green room. a pig in a wheelc
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